JLS star Marvin Humes has been opening up to teenagers about his experiences of bullying as part of a new campaign.
The singer visited a school as part of ChildLine's recently launched Moodie campaign, and revealed how he himself has been the subject of bullying, the Press Association reports.
"I think I was about 11, 12 when I got my first pair of glasses and people used to bully me for that," he said.
He also gave the youngsters some advice on how to achieve their goals and ambitions.
"I think regardless of what age you are and what you do in life, I think if you go through life setting goals, you know if you want to make it as a vet or whatever, write down your goals as to what you need to do to do that," he said.
Humes and his JLS bandmates will be embarking on a UK arena tour later this year, starting at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre on November 29th.
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